Meet the Team:

Antoni Borysik, PhD.
Principal Investigator & Analytical Chemist

The Borysik Research Group in focussed on developing novel applications of HDX-MS. We are interested in the inversion of current HDX-MS protocols allowing unknown protein conformations to be solved by this technique. This will require a greater understanding of the structural determinants of HDX, the development of novel algorithms to simulate exchange rates from protein structures and advanced modelling tools that enable HDX to be quantified at residue resolution.
antoni.borysik@kcl.ac.uk


Ramin Ekhteiari Salmas, PhD.
Python Developer & Physical Chemist

“Nothing is really work unless you would rather be doing something else.”
J.M. Barrie
ramin.ekhteiari_salmas@kcl.ac.uk


Matthew Harris, MS.
PhD Student

I work at the interface between experimental protein HDX and computational biology. My current area of research involves developing tools to accurately simulate HDX data in silico. This will be applied to problems such as protein-protein docking as well as folding and will be validated by experimental HDX.
matthew.harris@kcl.ac.uk


Olivia Hepworth, MS.
PhD Student

olivia.hepworth@kcl.ac.uk